Top 10 HSE Job Titles

Willing to start your career as an HSE. Based on your qualifications/interest and level of experiences your have variety of job titles. Given below is list of top 10 HSE job titles you might fit-in.

Safety officer

Typical Roles and Responsibilities

  1. Investigating causes of accidents
  2. Investigating unsafe conditions on the job site
  3. Finding the best way to prevent future accidents
  4. Focusing on accident prevention by keeping up with equipment maintenance and employee training
  5. Presenting safety principles to staff in meetings
  6. Auditing production, keeping on the lookout for any unsafe behavior or breaks in regulations
  7. Assessing risk and possible safety hazards of all aspects of operations
  8. Creating analytical reports of safety data
  9. Inspecting production equipment and processes to make sure they are safe
  10. Liaising with law enforcement
  11. Liaising with investigators who are present at the time of a serious accident

Safety Supervisor

Typical Roles and Responsibilities

  1. Enforce Safe Work Practices
  2. Correct Unsafe Conditions
  3. Conduct Orientation and Training of Employees
  4. Prevent Lingering Unsafe
  5. Investigate Workplace Accidents

Safety Consultant

  1. Provide on-site safety consultations for clients’ management teams
  2. Conduct on-site safety audits of construction forces with detailed outlines to management teams
  3. Assist with the analysis of lost time personal injury accidents and motor vehicle accidents.
  4. Develop safety policies and procedures
  5. Provide Safety Training
  6. Evaluate Workplace Safety
  7. Develop Safety Manuals

Safety Engineer

  1. To support HSE inspections, audits and self-assessments
  2. To manage reports and present summaries to management with suggested solutions
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of various industrial control mechanisms
  4. Maintain and apply knowledge of current health and safety policies, regulations, and industrial processes
  5. Review plans and specifications for new machinery and equipment to make sure that they meet safety requirements
  6. Install safety devices on machinery or direct the installation of these devices
  7. Review employee safety programs and recommend improvements

Risk Manager

  1. Establish and quantify the organization’s risk appetite
  2. Conduct audits of policy and compliance to standards
  3. Liaison with internal and external auditors
  4. Plan, design and implement an overall risk management process for the organization
  5. Undertake corporate governance involving external risk reporting to stakeholders

Safety Director

  1. To maintain Regulations
  2. To conduct Safety Meetings
  3. To coordinate with claims adjusters
  4. To develop Safety Standards
  5. To ensure that all company and OSHA safety standards are being followed by employees
  6. TO review incident reports to determine where changes are required

Corporate Safety Director

  1. Provide health and safety leadership and direction to Division, Department and Project Managers
  2. Ensure that an accurate database of HSE training is maintained against all employees and contractors
  3. To Collaborate with management to develop, prepare, and implement safety policies and procedures
  4. To create, manage and review site specific health and safety plans
  5. Work closely with CEO, CFO, COO, Human Resource Director, and Corporate Division Managers
  6. To Provide technical and administrative support to the safety committee

Safety & Training Specialist

  1. Provide training services related to Occupational Safety, Emergency Services, Health, Environment, and Risk
  2. Identify and implement appropriate strategies and training programs related to HSE
  3. Regularly evaluate the effectiveness of HSE training
  4. To implement and maintain appropriate training facilities, materials, and resources
  5. Maintains a documented inventory of HSE training

Safety Manager

  1. To Provide project management team with guidance on health and safety
  2. To develop and execute health and safety plans in the workplace according to legal guidelines
  3. To prepare and enforce policies to establish a culture of health and safety
  4. To recommend solutions to issues, improvement opportunities or new prevention measures
  5. Monitor compliance to policies and laws by inspecting employees and operations

Occupational Safety and Health Specialist

  1. Design programs to control, eliminate, and prevent disease or injury
  2. Reduce absenteeism and equipment downtime
  3. Write accident reports
  4. Evaluate current equipment, products, facilities, or processes and those planned for future use
  5. Investigate complaints
  6. Design safe workspaces

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